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You need to replace the car seat immediately. The car set is no longer safe if there is a crack. If it is new, return it to wherever you bought it from. You should not purchase used car seats because you don't know if the car seat was in an accident. http://www.caringforkids.cps.ca/handouts/car_seat_safety
Hi,Since the belt system is at the heart of the protection this seat can give, the belt system is not user-replaceable.You can contact an official Maxi Cosi dealer who will send it to a Maxi Cosi repair centre for a belt system exchange. This way optimum safety can be ensured. I hope this helps. With kind regards, Erwin de RaadBabycare.nlwww.babycare.nl
The red button is not something available as a spare part that can be sent out for customers to replace themselves due to the safety implications of it being incorrectly fitted; to replace this button the carseat needs a new harness, which must be fitted by our engineers. If your carseat is under 2 years old this is still covered by the warranty, please return the carseat to your retailer with your proof of purchase and they will make arrangements for it to be sent to our engineers for full inspection and any repair work required (in this instance, a replacement harness will be fitted). After full safety checks the carseat will be sent back. Alternatively if the carseat is over 2 years old or you do not have your proof of purchase please contact our customer service department on 01284 413141 (Mon - Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) and the standard charge for repair is £50 which includes courier delivery of the carseat back to your address; in addition to this you would need to make arrangements and cover costs for the carseat to be sent to the engineers. Hope this helps! Thanks :)
They retired the Bodyguard carseat back in 2005 so do not offer covers for this carseat. I was looking for a replacement carseat cover myself. If you know a good seamstress you may want to get one made The carseat, otherwise, is still great. I have a Parkway also that I'd like to get a replacement cover for and they retired that carseat in January of last year. It's too bad they don't carry the covers longer. Hope this helps you!
Did you manage to get one? I have an immaculate one which is 5 years old and am now pregnant and it doesnt fit the new pram/chassis which I have just bought. Could sell to allow me to buy a maxi cosi. Husband doesnt want to fork out as the bebecar one (with the appropriate adapters is like brand new condition. If you are still struggling, let me know and we can maybe see if it will definteley fit and was similar to mine. Cheers AD
Let me know the part number and date of manufacture.
On the inside of one of the legs when you adjust it to the highest level or on the underside of the plastic seat ring. https://plweb.evenflo.com/replacement_parts.aspx